How do I start my task?

To start a task, simply follow the directions below.

  1. Once your spot to the invite-only beta program is ready, you will see a "JOIN NOW" button under the 'Collective' tab
  2. Click "JOIN NOW" to read about the Moves Collective and requirement of the task
  3. After reading the requirements of the task, you can click “START TASK”

That's it! You're ready to start your task. You can check your progress of your task in the 'Collective' tab at any time.

 

 

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